The 2021–2022 school year continues to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting parents, students and educators with a number of challenges. We invite you to explore the various formats of our program offerings and to discuss whatever your unique learning objectives may be .
Please note, all programs may not be available throughout the school year, as health guidelines change. The McMichael’s Creative Learning Department will strive to keep this page as up-to-date as possible. If you have any questions or concerns about our programs, please click here to send us an email.
The McMichael’s educational programming is based on student-centred dialogue that advances visual literacy, deepens critical and creative thinking, and invites students to bring their own perspective to the art objects they encounter. All conversations and artmaking workshops are designed to develop attitudes, values and skills that nurture growth and well-being, and to promote inclusive and active community engagement.
The McMichael’s proposed learning experiences can be applied across the curriculum and address the Ministry of Education’s expectations for each grade level.
“Thank you for engaging our students and giving them a deeper appreciation of Canadian art.”
J. Haunder, Grade 8 Teacher, Edenwood Middle School. Participated in Art and Poetry Slam and Crossing the Line: Sketching Workshop.